Printing of short regular loops produces aestetic patters, additionally hiding artefacts of the printing. This structure was first used to make lampshades. The loops form small holes for light, and in combination with semitransparent porcelain it could make the prints not only physically, but visually lighter.
After many molecular simulations, i'v done during my previous research career, those loops resemble regularly arranged atoms. With this idea in mind i tried to make "chromatin" vases, which are spyral of spyral of spyral of molecular chain, and i'm pretty happy with the results.